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i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's get a check of that forecast. it was a gorgeous weekend. in store for a nice week, kari? is it. >> it will be a great week. in fact, getting even cooler over the next few days. today not so bad. 60 degrees now in san francisco, in the north bay at 53 degrees. today's highs will be up to the 70s and 80s across most of the bay and the north bay up to 85, the south bay 82 degrees. we will take a look at all of the microclimates and what to expect over the next few days coming up. let's see how the roads are flowing with mike. overall great, but we have two big slow downs. one in the south bay, not here, this is 101 at 680, but just a little farther north, northbound 101 around old bay shore. you see the speed sensors jamming up around 880. traffic break because of a crash and a couple vehicles have to be moved to the shoulder. this is backing things up at the 101/880 interchange. meanwhile, the rest of your way is moving slowly, including the bay bridge toll plaza but the big concern for the morning
is southbound 880, jackknifed rig over near hegenberger. we see slowing kout of the coliseum. we begin with breaking news. classes canceled after a destructive overnight fire in the south bay. this is happening just as the new school year is getting underway. it firefighters right now at loma prieta school are mopping up what's left of that fire. >> "today in the bay" damian trujillo is there live now. damian, investigators are looking into the cause of this fire. >> reporter: yeah, the sheriff's office is calling it suspicious at this point. right now firefighters are still dousing the hot spots here. this is the community center portion of the school here. so none of the classrooms were affected from what we understand. firefighters will be here for much of the day. now, according to the superintendent the community center, again, is is the one that received most of the damage. the main focus for firefighters was to save the gymnasium next
to the community center. the buildings are in between loma prieta elementary and ct english middle school. those schools seem undamaged at this point but the district doesn't want the children to be around all the heavy equipment that will remain here for several hours. there is also santa cruz county sheriff's substation that was destroyed in this fire. investigators are looking for the official cause of this, a fire that the sheriff's office is calling, again, sus is spishs. >> we were lucky that one of our local battalion chiefs was the initial attack incident commander and he is actually till here at scene and he is doing the investigation. >> reporter: the call came in just before midnight. so far investigators haven't ruled out anything as the potential cause, but again, sheriff's sergeant shear of the santa cruz county sheriff's office says this fire does appear to be suspicious. we're live in the santa cruz mountains, i'm damian trujillo,
"today in the bay." thank you, damian. well, police in palo alto have a second indecent exposure to investigate. the latest happened friday in the downtown area. police say a woman was walking o on university avenue when she noticed a man following her. she got into her car and drove off, but when she stopped blocks away the man appeared, knocked on her passenger window and then exposed himself. >> it does concern me because in this area there's a lot of traffic and a lot of families come down here so i wouldn't want anyone to, you know, have a bad experience with that. >> police are also looking for another hand who exposed himself to a woman walking a dog at monroe park on miller avenue tuesday night. police have a sketch of that suspect. while both men are believed to be about the same age, police are not saying if the two incidents are related joot the sanctuary city debate ramping up again in the south bay. santa clara county leaders are going to talk about whether to
give ice a 48-hour heads up about the release of serious or violent inmates. "today in the bay" kris sanchez joining us now. this debate fueled by the killing of kate steinle on san francisco's pier 14. >> reporter: definitely a ripple effect. the last time they talked about the county's sanctuariel policy stemming from the case of juan francisco lopez-sanchez in san francisco there was passion fat protests from community members. about 80 people interrupted the santa clara county supervisor's heating for about 15 minutes before they were ushered out holding signs against ice a, the immigration customs enforcement agency, when community activist says ice breaks up families and leaves undocumented immigrants vulnerable to crime because they don't want to report it. sheriff laurie smith has said serious and violent offenders should not be protected from deportation. here are those comments from last week. >> we fear that the community who already may have distrust of calling police had in cases of crime will not be calling people
in domestic violence situations, will not be calling authorities for fear of deportation. >> i to honestly believe the people who are serious and violent felonies that have been convicted, we should at least notify ice if they are in this country illegally. >> santa clara county and many other sanctuary cities are reexamining their sanctuary policies after the death of kate steinle on pier 14 in july. her accused killer is an undocumented immigrant with a long list of convictions and deportations. today's meeting is at 10:30 this morning. it's the bail and release work group, this they make the recommendations regarding release to the full supervisory board. now, the group debating the sanctuary issue is going to recommend the policy for is that full board, but once again, santa clara county is one of the first sanctuary communities in the nation, laura. >> one to continue to watch. it is 5:05. scary moments for passengers on board two southwest airlines planes at oakland international
airport. this is what passengers saw on board. the very tip of the plane's wing broken off. airport officials tell us a plane headed to orange county was backing away from the gate last night when it clipped the other plane. both are now out of service undergoing maintenance checks. luckily no one was hurt. overnight southwest released a statement saying safety is its number one focus and the airline is now doing an internal review to figure out what went wrong. okay. let's different form of transportation now. watch out if you are heading over the san mateo bridge this had this morning. the chp is warning that high winds right now are hitting that bridge. the chp says that means you should slow down and make sure to leave plenty of space between you and the car in front of you. let's check in with kari. is it a windy start to our day? >> i ail bit of a light breeze out there, but not a lot of wind until later on this afternoon. as we get a live look at san francisco mostly clear skies, we will start to see a few clouds moving in, but a bright and
sunny day, a high of 72 degrees on the embarcadero, palo alto 81 degrees, 84 degrees in los gatos, 83 petaluma. 86 danville expect a life 85 degrees, overall a very nice day, temperatures about average for the end of august. into the next few days it gets even a few degrees cooler. let's see how the commute is moving with mike. the big deal is that we're not really moving very well over here by the oakland coliseum. you see these flares moving you over. what's in the darkness are a couple of trucks. there was a jack miefd big rig and a little bit of a fuel spill and we have you down to two lanes south by right by the coliseum. as you are south of 66 that's what's going on here. the only slow down. san leandro street behind the coliseum is a good alternate. if you jump on anywhere south of 98th you're doing fine. the rest of your bay moves smoothly.
toward the bay bridgenw9ñ= problems but there is a traffic break clearing from the south bay northbound 101. the peninsula at 101 is looking better. bob, you're there to tell you what happened over the weekend. >> reporter: both directions of 101 southbound and northbound in millbrae and burlingame did reopen at 4:00 it this this morning as pg&e was hoping to have happen and what the workers with pg&e were to go over the weekend was reinstalling this. you are looking at a one inch aluminum and steel transmission line, high power transmission line that fell on the freeway as a result of an accident friday night. you might recall that highway 101 was shut down on and off throughout the weekend after construction workers doing work here on the broadway avenue overpass accidentally knocked down one of those transmission towers. that was around 9:30 last night. the road was shut down in both directions from 9:30 until 4:30 saturday afternoon and then again yesterday while pg&e
installed a temporary transmission tower and had to respan 1,500 feet of high voltage power line over the freeway. >> is it possible the highway would have to be shut down again when the permanent tower is put back in? >> until that work is engineered and we have a better idea of what the permanent solution is it would be premature to speculate at this point. >> reporter: so, again, both directions of highway 101 reopened here in millbrae and burlingame, the only closure still the off ramp to the broadway avenue passover, flyover that we are standing at here right now. you will notice there is still a lot of work going on behind me right now, but nothing that requires the freeway being shut down. reporting live here in burlingame, bob redell, "today in the bay." get drivers moving. coming up, new poll numbers spell trouble for both parties' front runners, with a these numbers are saying about the mood of early state voters.
trump. good morning, tracie. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. let's start with clinton because when it comes to the democrats initially she had these huge leads, looked like she may have had a lock on the nomination, but now not so much. in iowa hillary clinton is only 7 points ahead of bernie sanders in the latest bloomberg des moines register poll. in may she had a 41-point lead. >> the gains that we are seeing and the enthusiasm and the huge crowds that we are seeing, this is not anti-hillary clinton. also pro bernie sanders. >> reporter: vice president joe biden who hasn't even announced yet is pulling double digits. on the republican side donald trump still leads, but he is only 5 points ahead of ben carson. trump says he may still run as an independent. >> we're going to make a decision very soon and i think a lot of people are going to be very happy. >> now it's donald, you know, in three weeks it could be somebody else. >> reporter: all other republicans are in single
digits. >> what the polls tell me is nobody has any real votes right now. >> people are fed up with washington. they're looking for someone who will stand up to washington. >> reporter: so could at that someone be a republican, a democrat, could that someone be hillary clinton? even though her numbers are slipping, sam and laura, we also saw in that poll that 2/3 of iowa democrats said if she turns out to be the nominee they could support her. >> tracie, its so mice to have you back. thank you very much. president obama is heading to alaska later today in a push for sweeping action on climate change. some of alaska's most awe inspiring sites disappearing right now. alaskan glaciers are melting at an alarming rate according to scientists who say this year alone the average glacier will lose 30 inches of thickness. >> about 25,000 glaciers in alaska and almost all of them are retreating, losing mass and shrinking. >> this marks the last leg of an
11-day, 14,000 mile rip focused on climate change. but while the president is in alaska, he is also taking the time to rename mt. mckinley to mt. demali, the fame used for century by alaska natives. wall street jitters this morning, investors will be watching the markets closely to see if the extreme volatility of last week it continues. >> for that and more of the news before the bell we turn it to landon dowdy. good morning, landon. >> good morning to both of you. well, after a wild week wall street is poised to start out this week on a down note. traders reacting to a drop this had china's markets today with stocks in shanghai sliding 3%. european markets and u.s. pew tours are lower this morning. investors will be looking ahead to friday and the monthly jobs report which could offer evidence on whether the fed will start hiking interest rates next month, a no of that officials say still on the table. on friday the dow fell 12 points to 16,643, the nasdaq rose 15 to
48.28, both are on pace for their worst month in more than three years. apple is expected to unveil an updated apple tv device next week and it's going to cost more. the set top box will cost either $149 or $199, more than double the price of the current sergs version. the new apple tv reportedly includes siri and an app store. >> the government's consumer financial watchdog is expanding its wroofrs to include the finance arms of the big auto makers. the consumer financial protection bureau has stepped up scrutiny of car loans, specifically the pricing arrangements between lenders and car dealers. the bureau says that's resulted in had 'tis tore lending as some minorities are paying more than white borrowers with the same credit. back over to you. check am with mike and kari had this morning. we will get to mike because there is a jackknifed -- into big rig, yeah. >> jackknifed big rig. >> not easy to say and not easy
to deal with, either. >> it is a monday morning, we're easing into it. the good thing is the weather is nice, right, sam? >> let me tell you what this is going to look like, we will see a continuation from this weekend. >> yeah, this this weekend was gorgeous out there. we had comfortable weather, nice little wind picking up during the afternoon, expect more of the same today. let's get a look at what a you are seeing right now, looking at the bay bridge, we see the lights going across the bridge, everyone getting the monday started and it is cool with mostly clear skies. those temperatures out will in the 60s right now, it's 60 degrees in san francisco, today's high will be 72 degrees there, east bay you can see that problem there on the camera there that mike will be talking about in a bit, but it will be 80 degrees today and 82 degrees in the south bay, the tri-valley up to 87 degrees. not too bad, though, for the end of august. let me take you hour by hour in livermore. we start out in the low 60s and jumping up into the 80s.
by lunchtime it's 81 degrees. 86 degrees at 2:00. and then it will be a nice evening once that breeze kicks in, our temperatures will be dropping quickly. take a look at what's happening out there in the pa a civic. for the first time in recorded history we have three major hurricanes moving through the pacific ocean and they are all at least a category 3 or greater. we have jimena and also ignacio as well as kilo. these will continue to move away from hawaii, no expected land falls, which is great news, especially with those hurricanes being that strong. for us we have nice quiet weather, our cooler than average temperatures continue and especially once we get a deeper marine layer we will have the morning clouds and fog and drizzle likely as we'd into the middle of the week and temperaturewise it is going to be so mice, highs in the 80s for most of us today and then we will see is some 70s all across
the bay by the middle of the workweek. let's get an update on that problem in oakland with mike. apologies, kari, for taking your shot and putting that big ugly rig in front of it. they did make good progress while you had it on camera. that tow truck got on scene, they were able to hook up that rig which had a trailer behind it. that trailer is not seen in had this shot. they pulled it over out of your slow lane. we've seen folks with flashlights going around this dirt area because there has been a fuel leak as well. if it's gotten into the soil it will be a hazmat swaying. meanwhile, we to have traffic slowing. slow south high street agenda past the coliseum. san leandro street or eastbound 580 as your alternates. you can still take 880 and plan for a slower drive agenda south past the coliseum. if it progresses for more than a half hour it's going to be pretty bad. you might just want to stay over
on the peninsula side and head over the san mateo bridge instead of the bay bridge. that's over a while from now. a breakdown just reported across the bay bridge. we will track that. we will look at the dublin area where the volume is starting to build for west 580. that crash in san jose has cleared from 101. saying a final good-bye, friends and family remember the young cameraman killed on live television. had this as the situation's general manager makes a plea to the public. 5 sond= =am/ke n'tvodoethamakyo?
yes, freddy krueger, does that make your spine tingle a little bit? the iconic filmmaker wes craven passed away yesterday after a battle with brain cancer, his family said he was surrounded by loved ones at his l.a. home when he died. he was the brainchild behind freddy krueger and the "nightmare on elm street" movies, he also directed the "scream" movies. craven was 76 years old. it is 5:23. the young cameraman killed in last week's shooting on live television will be remembered today at the virginia high school he once attended. adam ward's family will be at salem high, they are asking people to wear the colors as a tribute, the school colors. hundreds gathered for a memorial is service in roanoke to honor both journalists killed by his
former colleague. wdbj general manager jeff marks r-ujtq" alison parker and adam ward for the joy they provided as much as their hard work and dedication to their job. >> i want to play softball with adam again and you i want to see alison dance. and i will in the wonderful memories had he gave me, they gave us. >> marks says he opens people can turn anger about what happened into positive ak. he also called for greater awareness about getting help to those who need mental health care. back in california now. a hero's homecoming. anthony sadler one of three friends who stopped a european terror attack in progress still getting a warm welcome back home in sacramento. of course, you will remember sadler one of those men who took down a gunman armed with several weapons on board a paris-bound train. sadler got a standing ovation from his church congregation yesterday. there is the mayor, kevin
johnson, also am accordance. the 23-year-old's father is a pastor at high slow baptist church and sadler grew up sitting in those pews. old friends and even the city's mayor are singing sadler's praises. >> there's nobody in sacramento right to you that doesn't want to raise their son to be just like anthony. >> sadler is avoiding the limelight right now, he says he is looking forward to getting things back to normal. check out that hug there, that may be his grandma. he is starting his senior year at sacramento state and there's no love like a grandmother's love. >> that is very true. a mother comes pretty close. >> yes. >> but a grandmother is special, too. >> the women in your lives, for sure. >> good for him. coming up, a hotly contested debate to play out in santa clara county. how should local authorities handle undocumented immigrants? they just arrested a big dee is significance ahead in the south bay. plus flames ripped through a local elementary cool overnight, there's still some smoldering
i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm sam brock. we are going to start with a look at your forecast on your monday morning. let the good weather roll into monday. good morning. >> good morning. clear skies, cool temperatures and if you like yesterday's weather you'll love today's weather, it's more of the same. gets even cooler as we go through the week. 53 degrees right now in the north bay and 64 in the east bay. today's high up to 80 degrees in the east bay and peninsula, south bay 82, 85 in the north bay while san francisco tops out at 72. tri-valley 87 degrees. not bad for the end of august. i will have a look it at the forecast into the beginning of september coming up. let's get a look at that commute now with mike. your forecast looks great but the traffic not great at the oakland coliseum. this is the only bad spotter for the bay. look at these flashing lights. we have a rig there, we have the big rig involved in the jack knife and tow truck. i've widened this shot. they have another rig pointing its headlights over here because there's a fuel spill.
they're trying to check whether or not that went into a storm drain. that o could be an extended period of closure. as we look at the jam the map 880 is jammed, eastbound 580 is a great alternate. a smooth drive on the approach, there is a stall on the bay bridge now. back to you. we begin with breaking news. classes canceled at two schools after a destructive overnight fire had in the south bay. this is happening just as the new school year is getting underway. firefighters at loma prieta school mopping up what's left of that fire off of summit road in los gatos. "today in the bay" damian trujillo is live there now. damian, investigators looking into the cause of this fire. >> reporter: yeah, that's while the firefighters here are still dousing o some of the hot spots here in the community center of loma prieta elementary. they are trying to assess the situation, trying to find out if they can find the cause of this fire. the fire crews will be here for quite some time this morning on
school grounds. according to superintendent cory kidwell the community center between two schools is the one that went up in flames. inside that community center was also a sheriff's substation, an office where deputies can go in to write reports or handle other law enforcement matters without having to go all the way into the town of santa cruz. sergeant shear with the sheriff's office is calling this fire suspicious. the community center separates loma prieta elementary and ct middle school. those schools are not damaged. investigators are still looking for the official cause of this fire. >> the initial engines had a got at scene, when they first got here at the actually struck a second alarm just based on the building and the size and the fire intensity. it was pretty much fully involved by the time they got here. >> reporter: the fire did require a massive response from
local and surrounding agencies. firefighters here say the main goal was to save the gymnasium on the school grounds and it appears they were successful in doing that. the gym does appear to be intact even though it is adjacent to the community center. they're still trying to find the official cause. we're live in the santa cruz mountains, i'm damian trujillo, "today in the bay." hugh very much, daniel man. it is 5:32. new details on an outbreak at san quentin prison. we are learning a total of six inmates now have legionnaires' disease. the outbreak was discovered after an inmate was rushed to the hospital. legionnaires' is a type of pneumonia and its spread by mist from water containing the bacteria. the diagnosis forced the prison to turn off its water friday. faucets is and showers have to stay dry until they figure out the source of the outbreak. inmates are using portable showers and getting water shipped from outside. another 51 inmates are being monitored for symptoms. filling out death row e but
failing to carry out executions. the argument over preserving the death penalty in california or abolishing it will take center stage later today. the attorney general is appealing a federal court ruling last year that have struck down executions. the judge said the unpredictable delay in carrying out executions is both arbitrary and unfair. that ruling has been put on hold while the court of appeals weighs piz harris' appeal. in the last 35 years nearly 1,000 criminals have been sent to death row in the state, only 13 have been executed. the sanctuary city debate ramps up today not south bay. santa clara county leaders will talk about whether to give immigration and customs enforcement a 48-hour heads up about the release of serious or violent inmates. "today in the bay" kris sanchez joins us now. this debate fueled by the killing of a woman on san francisco's pier 14. >> kate steinle whose name we now know so well. the last time santa clara county supervisors talked about the
county's sanctuary city policy it was a passionate and vocal protest from community members. 80 people vupted the santa clara county supervisors meeting for 15 minutes last week holding signs against ice, the immigration customs enforcement agency. one community activist says that ice breaks up families and leaves them undocumented immigrants vulnerable to crime but sheriff laurie smith on the other side has said serious and violent offenders should not be protected from deportation. here is what they told us. >> we fear that the community who already may have distrust of calling police in cases of crime will not be calling people am domestic violence situations, will not be calling authorities for fear of do remember tags. >> i do honestly believe the people who are serious and violent felonies, that have been convicted, we should at least notify ice if they are in this country he illegally.
>> reporter: santa clara county and many other sanctuary cities are kpal ming their policy after the death of kate steinle on pier 14 in july. her accused killer is an undocumented immigrant with a long list of convictions and long list of dporations. today's meeting is set for 10:30 this morning in san jose. the group debating the sanctuary issue is today to recommend a policy to the full board. so a lot of folks listening for this one, sam. thank you very much. leaders in santa rosa this week reportedly plan to revisit the issue of rent control. this june santa rosa city council members narrowly shot down a plan that was meant to stabilize soaring housing costs for some of the city's lowest earners. council members are holding a public forum on this issue today. what they want to do is loom at what it might take to get a better rent control system in place. power has been restored to most all of the thousands of homes that went dark yesterday
from a falling red wood tree in sonoma. you saw it there. the tree fell about noon taking down two power lines on greentree way. initially month to 4,000 customers lost power. crews expect to have it all back online before sunrise. an explosion and fire set off by an aerosol can had police and firefighters rushing into action in san jose. officers happened to be nearby and they actually heard the bang and saw the flames that were shooting out of the creek bed. this was before noon yesterday near coyote creek and tully road. it ended up burning less hand an acre of land and was under control within an hour. fire investigators say a homeless encampment is here by. two rescuers are back after rescuing a woman in the sierra after nine days. they were sent to behind hiyuki harwood. she ended up separated from the
group. nine days later she was found, injured but alive. this is a team coming back from marin county, they returned safely yesterday from the sear rachlt their return was delayed by smoke were a fire burning near that rescue area. a hike in big sir did turn tragic for a woman from the east bay who slipped, fell and drowned on friday. search and rescue crews recovered the woman's body in the ocean near mcway falls near the julia fire burns state back. it's believed that she was climbing down a cliff without proper equipment when she fell. 20-year-old med na faraz from union city. a warning for people headed to beaches in the san francisco and monterey bay areas. watch out for strong rip currents and large breakers. the high surf advisory expires tonight. a calm start to start out your workweek. let's get a check of your weather with meteorologist kari hall. >> good morning. the winds will be picking up
today. we will see that, especially along the coast as we start out in the low 60s now, here is where we're head had had this afternoon, 82 degrees in san jose is, 81 palo alto, the anything district will be at 71 degrees, 83 degrees in petaluma and oakland 76 degrees. livermore topping out at 87 degrees. nice comfortable weather, about it typical for the end of august and it gets even cooler as we head into september. so i will show you those temperatures coming up. let's see how the roads are moving now with mike. getting stopped up in a couple of spots for east bay drivers. the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights were turned on about 5:27 this morning indicating the volume of traffic expected from oakland in towards san francisco. we will look at oakland as well, a jam heading south past the coliseum for the 880 drive because of all these flashing lights, an earlier jackknifed rig. more activity. we had one lane blocked, maybe we have two lanes once again as you are approaching that hegenberger off ramp, a fuel
spill seems to be the biggest issue as it may have leaked into the soil. no estimate for when they are going to open that. you're jammed southbound 880 high street past the coliseum. eastbound 580 is a great alternate. if you typically cross over the bay bridge you might want to take 92 over there. the good news at least 101 through san bruno and millbrae is open for business. bob, we had a lot of activity over the weekend closing that freeway. what's going on right now this morning for 101 and pg&e and all the activity over there? >> reporter: mike, fortunately the road was reopened at 4:00 this morning as was initially promised, well before the morning commute. so you've got both northbound and southbound highway 101 going through burlingame, millbrae reopened after pg&e was able to restring that high powered transmission line that came down yz weekend. the only closure is the off ramp to the broadway avenue overpass here in burlingame. highway 101 was shut down on and off for most of the weekend,
southbound at millbrae, northbound at anza after a construction crew friday night accidentally mocked one of the transmission towers down sending high voltage power lines on to the freeway, remarkably no one was hurt but the road was shut down from aroundis 9:30 friday night until 4:30 saturday afternoon and then again yesterday. you are looking at the one inch aluminum and steel power transmission line that they had to respan over the pre way. 1,500 feet of this. that's why it took quite a time. it's an undertaking for pg&e, something they know how to do, but of course this being an emergency situation they had to work pretty fast to get that road reopened in i am for the commute which they succeeded in at 4:00 this morning. so if you do have to commute up and down the peninsula, you don't have to worry about 101 being shut down again like it was this weekend. reporting live in burlingame, bob redell, "today in the bay."
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happening today, the man accused in an execution style shooting of a texas sheriff he's deputy heads to court. deputies say shannon miles shot and killed deputy darren goforth friday just after the deputy finished pilling up at a gas station. investigators call the attack of the ten year veteran unprovoked. the 47-year-old deputy leaves behind a wife and two children ages 12 and we don't know the age of the other child. they now -- miles is now being charged with goforth's murder. two armed robbers on the loose this morning, this they targeted an east bay convenience store and pistol which happened the clerk in the face. this happened at a pleasant hill gas station on monday umt boulevard around 5:00 last night. police say a man with a gun tee panned am money from the clerk. despite getting the money officers say the man still hit
the clerk in the face. they say a shot went on and pierced a nearby video. they went into a getaway car. the clerk is recovering at the hospital. officers i fired on a man with a rifle in south service. the man recovering in the hospital. started yesterday morning when officers arrived at del monte and romney avenues near san francisco's bart station. they received calls of a middle-aged man in the street with a rifle. officers ordered the with us spect to drop his weapon that's when police say the suspect kept coming at them. the officers shot the man. police have not said how many times. the identities of the officer and suspect have not been released. it it was a special tribute at the sonoma raceway for an indy car driver killed last sunday. fans and fellow drivers paid tribute to justin wilson yesterday at the gopro grand prix of sonoma. part of that tribute included a personally designed logo that drivers wore on their helmets, also had it on hair cars.
wilson was struck in the head with a piece of debris during a race a week ago in pennsylvania and died one day later from his injuries. 545 toib. me think land patriots quarterback tom brady and roger goodell are expected back in court today for the latest hearing in the deflate-gate saga. brady is suing the league over his four-game is suspension. it all stems from his role in the team's use of underinflated balls in the patriots win over the indianapolis colts in the afc championship game. the judge is trying to get the two sides to settle the dispute. while that's still going on here is a solution we've already started on. football practices at one iefy league school have gone eye tech. dartmouth using remote controlled tools to help players train on tackling and avoiding head injuries. it's called an mvp, a mobile virtual player. the robotic tackling dummy was created by a dart hout rugly player who wanted to try to reduce brain injuries to
athletes. it replaces the need to have one player take a big hit from another at least at practice and risk getting hurt. the heavily padded mvps take all that impact instead. >> this could potentially become a staple on the fields. >> it's real cool, is going to totally change the game for us. >> there's kinks to work out such is as how the mvp moves on a field and how it's going to with stan all those blows. wall street may be in for another wild ride when the markets open in 45 minutes. investors certainly got their share of ups and downs last week when stocks experienced some of the biggest swings in in years. right now it's looking like mother slide when the markets open. asian tox sold off today and dow futures pointing lower. keyed by comments by a federal reserve member suggesting an interest rate hike may still be in the works. some of those investors could use a sundae once the day is over. bluebell will return with ice cream at grocery store freezers, this comes months after a
national recall for listeria concerns. the texas-based company is rolling out its products am five different phases. four flavors will be available, van in a, dutch clock lat, cookies and cream and the great divide. bluebell ice cream was linked to ten listeria illnesses in four different states including three deaths in kansas. we are in the midst of hurricane season and now google rolling out new features to help users in case of severe weather. google public alerts will now send alerts to your smartphone or computer if you are in the path of a big storm. advice could range from charge your phone to evacuate to high ground. government agencies are teaming up to google to provide up to date tails, google search results will show in your location in comparison is to the storm's path. >> heed the warning and actually leave if you get it. kari has been racking several storms actually you were saying in the pacific. something unprecedented going on right now.
>> there are three major hurricanes east of the international date line and they are huge, but the good news is that they won't affect any land. we are not expecting them to move over any islands or anything. mice and quiet here. we are enjoying some cooler than average weather after a nice push of cool air that rolled in yesterday, it continues into today. the seven-day forecast is coming up, you will want to come over and take a look taz you make plans for the workweek. it will be in the 70s and 80s for most of us and a light jacket needed this morning in the north bay, it is 53 degrees, but head over to the east bay, a little bit more comfortable, in the mid 60s, 80 degrees in the peninsula and east bay, san francisco up to 72 it degrees and the tri-valley 87 degrees. south bay 82 and the north bay up to 85 degrees. a lot of $today. we don't have much position on the bay, you can tell by the shades of gray here where we do have some clouds that will be rolling in to san francisco early this afternoon, still a
mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day and the cloud hugging the coast. into the evening we will see more of those clouds spreading across the bay area, we will start out the morning tomorrow morning with more clouds than we are seeing this morning and the cooling trend will be really kicking in with those clouds slowly rolling out of here throughout the day. so a fall like pattern this in place with a trough that is just off to the east. into the next couple of days we will have the clouds and the drizzle starting out heech morning and our highs will only be in the 70s and 80s. here is a look at the temperature trend for the next three days from 80s today to upper 70s by the middle of the week. san francisco will be in the 60s, 85 in the north bay, down to 77 degrees on wednesday and the tri-valley more of the same are from 87 today to 78 degrees on wednesday. let's see how that commute is going. our live look over here in oakland shows us there are at least beginning to work on this clean up. these barrels filled with that
kitty litter stuff, the sand that we have to do so there was fuel as this rig punctured its fuel tank involved in a jack my there. basically it extra shd into itself and the side rail. it this cleanup continues block the slow lane. this is jammed up past the coliseum from just before you get to high street all the way pennsylvania the coliseum. san leandro street on the other side is moving pretty smoothly or eastbound 580 will get you out of the area, don't know when they are going to reopen that. they still have to assess more of that fuel leak situation. the bay bridge metering lights are on, we do have slowing down to berkeley and the berkeley curve. the peninsula and south bay moving well except for northbound 101 here. an earlier crash had had things gumd up as that first burst hit. both should be starting to move better though. a record crowd showed up for the silicon valley pride celebration in downtown san jose this weekend. >> more than 5,000 people came out to celebrate the 40th anniversary of that event which
is actually double the turn out that they had last year. many were just amazed and taken aback by all that support. >> a few months ago i was invited to a few celebrations at a few high tech companies where they celebrated advertiser sit and gay rights. i looked out after over the crowd and it really amazed me how, wow, people are openly gay, they're working, their bosses are okay with t their company is okay with it, nobody is being threatened with being fired. the progress has been tremendous. >> moving forward pride organizers say they want to work to make sure that gay teenagers will feel comfortable coming out and not feel threatened. coming up we have new poll numbers and they are not good for either parties's front runners, what the latest numbers could mean for donald trump and hillary clinton. had early in their campaigns. had early in their campaigns. ha their campaigns. had early in their campaigns. this early in their campaigns.
a happening today, a historic trip to alaska for president obama. this morning the president begins his three-day visit aimed at bringing attention to climate change. president obama says climate change is already damaging some of alaska's beautiful scenery and scientists say alaskan glaciers are melting at an alarming rate. they say this year alone the average glacier will lose 10 -- will lose 30 inches of thickness. >> there's about 25,000 glaciers
in alaska and almost all of them are retreating, losing mass and shrinking. >> mr. president obama becomes the first sitting foot to set foot in the alaska arc i can. while in had alaska today he will officially announce the new name of mt. mckinley it will now be known as dee naly. the name is not exactly new, the tallest mountain in new york matter was originally moan as d denali. >> now to modern day republican and democrat cad dats and the race for the white house. a new poll shows potential trouble for both front runners, republican and democrats. "today in the bay" tracie potts has more on what the early numbers say about the current mood of voters all across the country. >> reporter: in iowa hillary clinton is only 7 points ahead of bernie sanders in the latest bloomberg des moines register poll, in may she had a 41 point
lead. >> the gains that we are seeing and enthusiasm and huge crowds, this is not anti-hillary clinton, this is pro bernie sanders. >> reporter: vice president joe biden had hasn't even announced is pulling double digits. on the republican side donald trump still leads but he is only 5 points ahead of ben carson. trump says he may still run as an independent. >> we are going to make a decision very soon and i think a lot of people are going to be very happy. >> now it's tonld, if this three weeks it could be somebody else. >> reporter: all other republicans are in single digits. >> what the polls tell me is that nobody has any real votes right now. >> people are fed up with washington. they're looking for someone who will stand up to washington. >> reporter: could that someone be hillary clinton is this her numbers are slipping. in it this latest poll two-thirds of iowa democrats said he had could support her if shy became the nominee. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. 5:57. another very special thank you as a college student now american hero tries to get back to every day life had.
yesterday sacramento state student anthony sadler returned to his church to a standing ovation and no one prouder than the pastor himself. >> we are so glad he's home and home safe. my son, anthony. >> well, the pastor happens to be the 23-year-old's father. just over a week ago sadler along with two close friends jumped into action on board a train in europe taking town a man authorities say was planning a terrorist attack. while sadler still shying away from the media he did give a few people hugs in the crowd who were very happy to see him safely back home. >> there's nobody in sacramento right now that when you go around our city that doesn't want to raise their son to be just like anthony sadler. >> sacramento mayor kevin johnson one of the many who attended the service and is proud to say this international hero is from his city. sadler will be starting his senior year at sacramento state this week. sack town is going to be
sadler town pretty soon. scary moments for passengers aboard two southwest airplanes at oakland international airport. had this is what passengers actually saw on board when they looked out the window. you can see the tip of the plane's wing actually broke off. airport officials telling us that a plane headed to orange county was backing away from the gate last night when it clipped another plane. both planes were taken out of service undergoing maintenance checks. nobody was hurt. overnight southwest rehe leased a statement saying that safety is its number one focus and the airline is now doing an internal review to figure out what exactly went wrong. 6:00, a high wire act complete. ruse just wrapped up overnight work that shut down highway 101 through the peninsula. from all clear to clogged up, a jackknifed big rig causing a major headache for the morning commute in the east bay. plus the fire is out but the damage is done, jefr night flames forced the cancellation of school in the south bay. "today in the bay" starts now.
a good monday morning thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. we're tracking the weather and roads of course. mike inouye keeping an eye on that morning drive, including a trouble spot we've seen this morning on 880. let's start with meteorologist kari hall had she's got a look at our microclimate forecast. >> good monday morning. mostly clear sky if you love today's weather yesterday's weather today will be more of the same as we take a look at some of those temperatures now, it is mostly clear in the north bay, 52 degrees in the east bay, 63 degrees. highs will be in the 70s and 80s all across the bay area. along the coast you've got low 70s, in the tri-valley up to the upper 80s. not a bad way to start out the week and it gets even better. i will show you that forecast coming up. let's see -- learn more about those problems on 880. this is a bad way to start the week for 880 southbound, but getting better i think as the minutes go. these barrels,